We make horror movies.
We are a film production company specializing in motion pictures where sexually attractive people are brutally murdered or killed. Why? Because it’s awesome. “We” are Jimmy Weber and Annie Baker who started the company in 2007 while we were in film school. We’ve jumped around a bit, but our hearts (and current residence) have remained in Denver, Colorado.
In 2011, we released INCUBATOR. The six minute short film had a crazy festival run, screening at 50 international film festivals and winning 13 awards. It played at Fantastic Fest, Fantasia and ScreamFest and creeped out a ton of people. Rue Morgue Magazine wrote “A brilliant set-up leading to an intense denouement that moves in a Cronenberg-like direction.” Super cool.
After that we made EAT, our first real movie! It premiered at the Denver Film Festival then played at Sitges and won “Best Feature Film” at both Atlanta HFF and Sacramento HFF. It’s now available in the U.S. on iTunes, Amazon and other VOD platforms under The Orchard/Shock Till You Drop distribution partnership. Ryan Turek, former managing editor of ShockTillYouDrop.com (who vouched for EAT) said, “I’ve seen so many horror films, it’s hard to find one that gets me to squirm in my seat, but Jimmy succeeded with EAT. He has served up a clever, entertaining and extreme tale that really goes for the throat.”
We have two feature films in the works and another short on the way. Cool things are on the way.
"A brilliant set-up leading to an intense denouement that moves in a Cronenberg-like direction."
• Rue Morgue Magazine
“INCUBATOR is a damn cool short that will take you by surprise with its gory climax.”
• Ain't It Cool News